File Transfer - WS_FTP - Version 8.x Pro - Configuring Your Site
Before you can upload your files, you should configure your account inside WSFTP. Open WSFTP 8.x. Click File in the file menu and choose Connect.



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Click the (Create Site) button. It is located in the right portion of the Assistance Center window.



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Type a name for the account we are adding. This can be anything. Click Next.



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Type your domainname.com for the host address. Basically type in your domain name without the www. Click Next.



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Enter your username and password. You can check the Save Password option if you would like. Uncheck the Save Account option (we do not use account) and click Next.



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For Server Type, choose FTP. The port should be set at 21. Click Next.



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For host type, select Automatic Detect. Check the Passive Mode option and click Finish.



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You will now see the site listed in the Assistance Center. We are not done yet. Click the site to select it and then click Edit.



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In the Edit Options, click the Startup category. Type public_html for the remote site folder. Then click OK.



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Now we have finished configuring your account inside the program. To connect, select the account we added and click Connect.



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Once connected, you will see the files under the public_html folder. This is where your web content needs to be.



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